Pope Francis told young people they had been “entrusted with an exciting but also a challenging task: to stand tall while everything around us seems to be collapsing; to be sentinels prepared to see the light in night visions; to be builders amid the ruins; to be capable of dreaming.”Read more
The Diocesan Advisor works closely with all involved in Religious education to ensure that the living mystery of God is communicated to out young people, so that they might reflect on and deepen their relationship with God.
It is the role of the Advisor to support those who have responsibility for the Religious Education of young people in second-level schools in the Diocese of Limerick. The Advisor facilitates the teaching of religion in the school in a number of ways.
‘Looking to the future of Catholic education, let us do so with hope, confidence and enthusiasm knowing that – in the life of faith and discipleship we have been given something to bring to those we teach that offers something new, something different – a further and wider horizon: the vision that God has for all his creatures. It is nothing short of the fullness of life.’ (Archbishop Dermot Farrell)Read more